Quick Tip – Share What You’re Studying

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Have you ever been reading something in WORDsearch and wanted to share it with your social media friends? The Social Apps dialog allows you to post status updates to Facebook or Twitter with the text of whatever you’re currently reading. You don’t even have to exit WORDsearch and you can start a conversation.

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Quick Tip – Word Definition Window

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You can look up word definitions in any of your dictionaries, or even several websites, by using the Word Definition window. To access it, right-click on the word you want to look up from the book you are reading, and choose “Definition for” from the pop-up menu, and the Word Definition window will appear on your screen opened to the definition of that word.

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Quick Tip – Carousels

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Bibles, commentaries, and dictionary windows have a feature known as a carousel. A carousel allows you to set up a list of favorite books that you can flip to rapidly without opening multiple windows. To set up or use a carousel, use the controls at the bottom of a carousel-equipped window (on the bottom left corner of a Bible, commentary or dictionary window):

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Quick Tips – Desktops

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A Desktop in WORDsearch is like having a stack of study tools (as mentioned in our Guest Post – Stacks) for different needs you might have. You can set up multiple Desktops and have the books you use the most saved open, ready to go.

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Quick Tip – Parallel Bibles

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The Parallel Bible window is the best way to compare multiple Bible translations. Comparing different translations can help you understand word and verse meanings, see the differences in the Hebrew and Greek interpretations, and get a better understanding of the Bible.

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Quick Tips – Narrow Your Search with Topic Explorer

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The Topic Explorer in WORDsearch is a powerful tool that searches your entire library for a single subject in seconds. Instead of searching every word of every book for your search term, the Topic Explorer narrows your search by looking only at the the titles of articles and chapters that include or are related to your search term. Imagine searching the subject indexes of all of your books in an instant, and you’ll have imagined the Topic Explorer.

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